IAgrM is a licensed member of the Society for the Environment (SocEnv) and can award the Chartered Environmentalist qualification to suitably-qualified IAgrM members.
Who is the SocEnv?
SocEnv is a non-political, not-for-profit umbrella body for environmental and sustainability professionals. More information about Society for the Environment can be found via:www.socenv.org.uk
What is a Chartered Environmentalist?
Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) is the highest level of professional qualification available to environmental practitioners. CEnv recognises the high level of professionalism and competence of individuals working in environmental fields.
The qualification of Chartered Environmentalist is of particular interest to IAgrM members with the increasing awareness of the importance of the environment within those working in the Agriculture and the rural sectors.
Chartered Environmentalists must:
- Have a clear understanding of and be able to demonstrate sustainability.
- Use knowledge of the environment to further the aims of sustainable development.
- Analyse and evaluate problems from an environmental perspective, and develop practical sustainable solutions.
- Demonstrate leadership in sustainable management of the environment.
- Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrate a personal commitment to professional standards, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment.
How do I get my CEnv?
Please complete the following form to apply to be a Chartered Environmentalist via IAgrM.
Please CLICK HERE for the CEnv Practice Direction
To view the recording on 'The Pathway to Become a CEnv or REVTech' please CLICK HERE
Testimonial from Nick Green MBA P.Agric FRAgS CEnv
'First impressions always make a difference and it doesn’t matter how much experience you might have, the first thing that registers with the majority is letters after your name. As well as the letters after your name, Chartered Environmentalist accreditation recognises and underpins an individuals’ proven ability dealing with environmental management. As British agriculture gets more interwoven with environmental interests and levels of environmental legislation imposed on the industry increase, the C.Env qualification has never been as useful or more important.'